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    Default K&N Drop-in Air Filter: Lame or Legit Mod?

    Title says it all. What do you pros think?
    2008 Blue Granite W/T
    ✔ Line-X
    ✔ Leveling Kit
    ✔ K&N Air Filter
    ✔ Bed Rail Caps
    ✔ 265/70R18 Michelin LTX M/S2
    ✔ All 4 Infinity Kappa Speakers
    ✔ Sound Ordnance B-8PT Powered Sub
    ✔ JVC Arsenal KD-AHD79 Head Unit + GMOS

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    Drop in's work good, you get a little extra power since it's not as restrictive as the paper filters. If you're not into changing out your air box it's the perfect upgrade. There are a few other companies out there that make cotton replacement filters for cars just can't think of the names off the top of my head right now.
    Peter

    2007 Silverado LT Crew NNBS 5.3
    Stock 20"
    Black Powdercoated Billet Gas Door
    LineX Bedliner
    Go Rhino Dom II Bars
    Work in Progress
    1952 Chrysler 2dr Windsor } Mine and Dad's
    1966 Ford Mustang

    Former Cars
    2000 civic hx Moded
    1993 Probe simi moded
    1985 Nissan 4x4 Kingcab

    So*Cal Group

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    Not really a huge performance gain but the filter pays for itself by being reuseable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tbplus10 View Post
    Not really a huge performance gain but the filter pays for itself by being reuseable.
    This is exactly what I was going to say. Good investment!


    2010 Z/71 Colorado C/C
    Black 4X4 w/5.3L V8
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    2007 Winnebago Adventurer
    w/8.1L Chevy & Allison 6spd.
    Canyon Lake, Texas

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    any of the filters you buy will pretty much be the same. i have had a k&n in every vehicle i have ever owned. its really just personal preference. some other brands include green filters and aem makes one too. the biggest thing with them though is like the other guys said it just pays for itself over time. and everyone will make a fuss over the oil and how it messes up the maf and all that junk. as long as you follow the directions on the box and just not a complete moron you wont have any problems out of it.
    2003 Exteded Cab Silverado
    Black and Pewter
    5.3L
    4x4 Z71 Package
    Trailer Towing Package

    Mods:
    Line-X Bedliner
    Billet Grill
    Tinted Windows

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    LAME mod. My dad had the k&n drop in in his previous truck, f250 and we found out that what they mean by a high flow drop in really means let's more dirt in and speeds up the flow of air also drop in. The guy at ez-lube told me that it would give me 30 hp
    Michael, 17, CA

    2005 Silverado - See my garage for my mod list
    :great:

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